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LED Underwater Lighting

Ecosystem Fish & Koi Ponds?

LED Garden and Pond Lighting combines style and simplicity. Most manufacturers component fixtures feature either a die-cast metal housing finished with a coating providing a durable finish that will hold up in all weather conditions, or a less expensive plastic housing that may need replacing more often. LED garden and pond lighting can be used fully submersed, or in traditional landscapes.​ Having a pond or water garden feature without LED underwater lights, would be the equivalent of having a brand new car… With NO GAS ! Now if you’re asking yourself “how do I install a custom pond lighting system”? You’re definitely in the right place.
Pondering Waters can help you realize that potential, offering outdoor pond & water feature lighting enhancements ranging from full blown ecosystem ponds and waterfall lighting, to the smallest of fountainscapes. We know the importance of adding more space and of having an inviting yard for entertaining, playtime and relaxation. We hope you’ll give us the opportunity to work with you to develop your water features so it further “Enlighten” who you are when living the water feature lifestyle.

A koi pond lit up at sunset with a weeping willow hanging over
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Fish Pond, Waterfall, Fountain, & Landscape LED Lighting

If you ask our ​Oakland, Wayne, & Macomb County, MI area customers, they will tell you that as far as LED underwater lights go, it is an absolute must have to complete your paradise dreams!

First things first, add up the amount of lights you will need to light your pond, pondless waterfalls or fountainscapes up properly. On a typical small feature you could install up to 6 lights to light it up properly. The size and scope of your project will dictate how many lights you could potentially install. We will add up the total number of lights we are installing, and then get 2 extra! Never have we installed more lights and said “There Are Too Many Lights” !